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Postby travisjz » Wed May 21, 2008 4:29 pm

I'm sitting atop my division in a 10-team H2H league, thanks mostly to my hitting. I had a lot of injury issues with my pitching staff, but now they're getting healthy. I could probably use a little help at third base, outfield, or an elite starter, but maybe I'm just being picky. Any moves you think I should make, or should I just sit tight with what I have? Thanks for the help.

C - Russell Martin
1B - Albert Pujols
2B - BJ Upton
SS - Hanley Ramirez
3B - Yunel Escobar, Mark Reynolds
OF - Lance Berkman, Jason Bay, Ryan Church, Jacoby Ellsbury, Ryan Ludwick

SP - Ben Sheets, Scott Kazmir, Roy Oswalt, Fausto Carmona, Rich Harden, Felix Hernandez, Randy Johnson, Bartolo Colon, Jon Garland
RP - Mariano Rivera, BJ Ryan
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Re: Any changes I need to make?

Postby bpizle » Wed May 21, 2008 7:42 pm

Dont fix it if it aint broke. haha, no i think ur good. I just want to know how you managed to get Han-Ram, Berk, and Pujols together.?
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Re: Any changes I need to make?

Postby travisjz » Wed May 21, 2008 11:43 pm

Had the 10th pick and got Ramirez, Pujols, and Berkman 1,2,3. Couldn't believe it myself. Thanks for the response.
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Re: Any changes I need to make?

Postby nothingtoproveco » Thu May 22, 2008 3:35 am

All in all a solid team, I don't think you should make any drastic changes at this point. You have a solid staff who should put up good numbers for you all year assuming they are healthy. You do have a few holes on offense, 3B and OF particularly but Ramirez, Pujols and Berkman's production should be more than enough to cover those holes. I'd say sit tight, keep on eye on the waivers, and you'll be fine.

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Re: Any changes I need to make?

Postby northjersey78 » Fri May 23, 2008 11:22 am

travisjz wrote:I'm sitting atop my division in a 10-team H2H league, thanks mostly to my hitting. I had a lot of injury issues with my pitching staff, but now they're getting healthy. I could probably use a little help at third base, outfield, or an elite starter, but maybe I'm just being picky. Any moves you think I should make, or should I just sit tight with what I have? Thanks for the help.

C - Russell Martin
1B - Albert Pujols
2B - BJ Upton
SS - Hanley Ramirez
3B - Yunel Escobar, Mark Reynolds
OF - Lance Berkman, Jason Bay, Ryan Church, Jacoby Ellsbury, Ryan Ludwick

SP - Ben Sheets, Scott Kazmir, Roy Oswalt, Fausto Carmona, Rich Harden, Felix Hernandez, Randy Johnson, Bartolo Colon, Jon Garland
RP - Mariano Rivera, BJ Ryan



I'm not a fan of Escobar or Reynolds at 3rd - you may want to try and sell high on Ludwick and package a deal to upgrade at 3rd base. Same goes for your starting pitching - solid but not amazing. You may want to package some offense and amid level starter like Carmona or Oswalt to try and upgrade to an elite starter. BJ Ryan is also scary with his injuries - might need some help at closer as well, even with Rivera.

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